Satisfy all your cravings!

Look at all this food!  And you don’t have to cook anything.   

Summer can get a little hectic and this is the prefect lunch box to take with you to the pool, ballpark, boating, traveling, or anywhere you are going! 

Make this for your kids or for yourself and you have a fast and filling lunchbox with all of your favorite foods. 

What you need

Let’s start with the lunchbox, there are so many to pick from and I think I have tried them all, ha! 

I have ordered so many on Amazon and have returned many of them because I did not like the fit, size, or how to open them.  

I have linked my favorite lunchboxes on my Amazon page here. 

This lunch box has two layers and a great size to fit all the food in one container.  This is also great for kids and the snaps to open are easy for them to use. 

What you need to fill your lunchbox

Pull out the vegetable container and pick your favorite vegetables.   There is a small container in the top layer for you to add your favorite dip. 

Here are some great and easy picks for protein: 

For fiber sources:

  • high-fiber tortilla
  • wasa crackers
  • Triscuits
  • popcorn
  • sprouted bread
  • nuts

Something sweet: 

High fiber options

Fiber is a nutrient that we do not get enough of in the diet!  Many people lack fiber in the diet and only get half of the RDA.  

  • A good source of fiber listed on a food label is 3 grams.
  • A great source of fiber is 5 grams.

This can be helpful to bump up your fiber intake when looking at products. 

Something sweet options

My favorite category!  I love chocolate and nuts but here are some more ideas to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Powerful protein options

So many options and think out of the box:

  • Turkey sticks
  • Greek yogurt
  • Cubed turkey/chicken burger
  • Chicken sausage
  • Cheese stick
  • Greek yogurt
  • Cottage cheese
  • Chicken kabobs
  • Veggie burgers
  • Edamame

Lots of colors! Fruits & Veggies

Add more variety with flavor and crunch – don’t forget the dip!

Let’s dip!

Here are some fun ideas for diping your fruit, veggies, chicken, or add as a spread for your wasa crackers, like the whipped cream chees or peanut butter. 

Adding variety, flavors, and textures – heightens the level of satisfaction! 

Fall in love with your food!

The mixed fruit is a blend from a mix in my refrigerator including: honey dew, blackberries, and strawberries. 

The nut clusters are little squares of cashews, almonds and pepitas.  I also added more almonds to the mix.  

And let’s not forget about chocolate! Every lunch needs some chocolate and don’t forget an ice pack.  I have Bark thins shown in the picture. 

For more ideas, make your own lunch box with idea from the list!